Let’s talk about democracy, and technology, and how sausages are made.
When I retired from open source projects in February, I did so with more than a little curiosity about what new opportunities would come up to fill the void. That’s how life works, after all. Here is the first one. Read More
Yesterday I had the misfortune of discovering an appalling violation of children’s privacy rights: a piece of keylogging stalkerware being sold as a “safeguarding” tool for parents, packaged in a hysterical scare story about sexting.
I spoke with Business Insider about the political context behind Google’s decision to move UK accounts out of the EU’s jurisdiction.
I also spoke with TechCrunch about the issue from a slightly different angle.
One of my tweets about the issue was retweeted by Neil Gaiman, who now owes me a new phone battery.
Update May 2021: Read More